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Daily Archives: September 2, 2017

How Hard Gearbox Is Working On Borderlands 3

But that’s not where the Borderlands support ended in recent years. Gearbox teamed up with Telltale to offer up the highly underrated Tales from the Borderlands, and Borderlands Online is even being developed by Shanda Games as a China-exclusive game. While all of that was going on, Gearbox themselves offered up the infamous Battleborn

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‘47 Meters Down’ Producer Fyzz Facility Recruits Former Ingenious Exec Charles Auty (EXCLUSIVE)

London-based movie production and finance house the Fyzz Facility, which has invested more than $ 250 million in more than 200 features in the past five years, has appointed seasoned dealmaker Charles Auty, formerly of Ingenious Media, as managing director of its financing operation. Fyzz produced this summer’s indie breakout hit “47 Meters Down,” starring

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Tom Jones Postpones Fall Concerts to Spring 2018

Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock Retro pop icon Tom Jones is postponing a U.S. concert tour due to health concerns, the 77-year-old Welshman told fans Saturday via Twitter. Jones, whose career spans six decades, was scheduled to start an ambitious Stateside tour on Sept. 6 in Pennsylvania, but on the adv… Variety

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Pink Donates $500,000 to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

“Thank you @Pink from the bottom of our ❤️ for your donation of a half million dollars to @RedCross #HurricaneHarvey relief efforts!,” the Los Angeles Red Cross’ official Twitter page wrote on Friday. “We’re partial to red, but pink is great, too. Thank you @Pink for your generous donation to our #HurricaneHarvey relief efforts.” Let’s block ads! (Why?) … Full ...

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Halo 5 Is Re-Tuning A Bunch Of Weapons

The team has apparently been diving into two years’ worth of data pulled from online games to determine what needs adjusting, and once the latest patch drops next week several online weapons will feel or work a bit differently. Remember that this is just a testing phase, so I’m sure the Halo squad would enjoy some constructive criticism moving forward. ...

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Concert Review: Interpol Revisit Beloved Debut Album on 15th Anniversary Run

Interpol let the music do the talking on Friday night (Sept. 1) as the band celebrated the 15th anniversary of “Turn On The Bright Lights” at London’s Alexandra Palace. The 2002 debut release launched the New York scenesters onto an international stage, though they have been largely absent from it in recent years. Perhaps that’s why the few words spoken ...

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Matt Damon Explains How Suburbicon Shows The ‘Definition of White Privilege’ At Work

George Clooney‘s latest directorial effort, Suburbicon, saw its debut at the Venice International Film Festival on September 2. Both he and Matt Damon, Suburbicon‘s star, see a disturbing thread between the dark plot of the movie and current events — and specifically how it’s tied to the violent clash between white supremacists and counter-protestors in

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